And before I fell in love with the divorced dad who became my second husband, I went out with a handful of these men. Whew, it was almost enough to make me want to spend my nights alone with a cat.
There was the guy whose kid went to my kid’s school. And the guy whose ex-wife I ran into at the grocery store, where she gave me the evil eye and the once-over. So to save you a little time, here are 5 types of divorced dads to stay away from: 1.
When I started dating after my divorce, I quickly found out that it was easier to date guys who had kids.
Not for the instant playdates, because the guys I went out with didn’t meet my kids, but because they understood the demands of parenting and the trials of co-parenting.
Tomorrow I fly to Spain with my boyfriend of six years and his two cool kids and I can’t wait to spend quality time with the three of them for our two-week summer break.
Falling in love with a divorced dad over six years ago was scary.
So he wants someone else to be there when it's his weekend with his children who can take care of them. Bitter Dad: He complains about his ex-wife constantly -- and how she's spending his money. Emotional Wreck Dad: This dad is so scarred by his past relationships that he can't move forward with someone new.
Images of a credit card-wielding Medusa come to mind. And he thinks you are going to be as controlling as his ex-wife and as critical as his mother. College Student Dad: He's using his divorce, and his single status, to live like he's in college.
‘Divorce’ and ‘dad’ were two huge grown-up concepts for one single woman.Even though I was 39, neither marriage nor motherhood had ever featured in my life and so I had no idea what to expect.